Sure As Hell (Life Is Hell Book 4) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Sure As Hell (Life is Hell #4)Sure As Hell by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A wonderfully written paranormal romance which had me hooked from page one. The author has created a detailed world which is bought to life by the descriptive narrative. I felt fully immersed in the story and engaged with the likeable and relatable characters. Imp and former contract companion Jaru Fane just wants to prove himself and although outwardly he looks confident inside he feels as though he is falling apart. Luckily he has the support of his Juniper Lake family and decides to start his own contract companion business. However, this means that Jaru’s best friend and prankster Lark becomes lonely and so he decides to make sure that Jaru knows he still exists. This results in their relationship developing but when Lark is in danger it’s Jaru’s bodyguard Soren that can help not him. Although Soren can keep Lark safe Jaru worries he may have lost him for good. The storyline flows well and the plot kept me happily turning the pages but it was the characters and their complex relationships that had me gripped. Although this novel is part of a series it can be read as a standalone story but the characters do crossover. I look forward to future books in the ‘Life is Hell’ series.

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